When my children were younger, one of our favorite games was, “I Spy…….” We would sit all snuggled up in a chair on rainy afternoons and on more road trips than I could begin to count. We would take turns spying, giving hints, and guessing. We've used car windows while sitting in traffic, our favorite story books, the doctor's office waiting rooms, and even public restrooms!! This minor amusement afforded us hours of entertainment in environments where merrymaking is usually discouraged. Using hints like letters of the alphabet, “sounds like” clues, and descriptive words also allowed opportunity for just a little education as well. My children are grown up now (or think they are) and games like this are a thing of the past. In fact, I haven't even thought about that beloved game in a long time. However, as I was driving to work this morning, I looked up at the big, majestic pecan trees that line the road to our Farm, and that sweet little game we played all those years ago came to mind……. so, let's play, “I Spy with My Little Eye………………….